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The National Transportation Safety Board recommends reducing the limit. Some say it would save lives. Others say it's unreasonable.
Government, Public Safety
'MedReturn' units allow prescription drug disposal at police departments.
Police say they hope to raise statewide seat belt usage to 90 percent.
About 17 percent of county bridges rated functionally obsolete.
Plan to attack New York City collapsed after carjacked vehicle ran low on gas, police commissioner says.
Undercover operation, new fines considered to stop texting, talking and driving around state.
Tsarnaev sisters say they "don’t have any answers" after brothers suspected in Boston attacks.
History instructor Mark Washburne 'not going to let the terrorists win,' plans to run Boston Marathon again.
In wake of Boston Marathon explosions, county reminds residents 'if you see something, say something.'
Nearly 10,000 guns have been turned in across the state since the December shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Authorities say the massacre prompted residents to rid their homes of guns.
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